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Prime Minister Theresa May is chairing the first meeting of her new cabinet. Mrs May was expected to tell her ministers she did not want the UK to be “defined by Brexit”, but to “build the education, skills, and social mobility to allow everyone to prosper from the opportunities of leaving the EU”. Chancellor Philip Hammond will update cabinet on the post-referendum economy. Only a handful of the 27 members of Mrs May’s top team are in the same jobs as under David Cameron. Others are in the cabinet for the first time.
UK inflation rate picks up to 0.5%
UK inflation rate as measured by Consumer Prices Index (CPI) rose to 0.5% in June from 0.3% in May, official figures show.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) attributed the rise to higher air fares, fuel and consumer spending. Much of that was the result of European air travel, possibly connected to the Euro 2016 football tournament, it said. Inflation has been below the Bank of England’s 2% target for more than two years.
The High Court will on Tuesday hear details of the first legal challenge over the process of triggering Britain’s exit from the EU.
Senior judges Sir Brian Leveson, president of the Queen’s bench division, and Mr Justice Cranston will hear that a judicial review application has been lodged over whether Theresa May, the prime minister, has the power to serve notice of withdrawal from the EU under Article 50 or whether she will need a vote in parliament approving withdrawal. Article 50 is the legal notification for leaving the EU which will set in motion a two-year process for Brexit. A parliamentary vote on triggering Article 50 could delay Britain’s exit from the EU because the majority of MPs want to remain in the bloc.
All diesel cars might have to be banned from London’s roads to meet legal air quality obligations, a report found today. Sadiq Khan has already announced the toughest crackdown by any major city in the world with highly polluting diesel vehicles – broadly those registered before 2005 – to be hit with an extra £10 toxic air “T-charge”. There are also plans to extend the ultra-low emissions zone from 2020 from the congestion charge area to the North and South Circulars for motorcycles, cars and vans – and London-wide for lorries, buses and coaches.
Fuel fatcats are using Brexit as an EXCUSE to rip off British motorists
FUEL fatcats are using doomsday claims about the economic consequences of Brexit to keep petrol prices high and rip-off British motorists, it can be revealed today .Big corporations have been using the “cloak” arguments about post-Brexit Britain which do not stack up to justify sky-high prices at the pumps, a leading campaign group has unearthed. FairFuelUK has revealed how, even though wholesale oil prices have tumbled since June 23, the amount it costs to fill up a family car has not budged at all. The group, which is campaigning to bring down Britain’s fuel prices, said the “only reason we can find to justify this is speculation driven by a cloak of supposed market uncertainty”.